remove 4 6x4ft wooden panels and 4 3''x3''posts, dig -out old posts at the side of a bungalow.
take panels to another address round the corner
cut side off and remove holly branches to be able to erect new fence
dry-mix in new 3 4''x4'' posts and fit 6x6ft ship-lap panels with turbo-gold screws ! attaching one panel @end to brick-wall with 4 metal clips. remove concrete bits and dig off some rubbeckias on border next to it.
cut tops of the 3 posts level/angled down for run-off /sand-paper off- remove 1 dumpy bag green waste. oh and cement side of grid and bits between slabs
- local bloke i know ! done £70 job before (easy) and gave me an air-con unit i sold for £70 and a good condensor tumble dryer !!!
no vat - up the road literally ? thanks in advance - Rob
Quoted £704 for replacing 9 panels & 11 posts recently..plus £180 quid for a skip, the ground is rooty, the old panels have to be carried to the skip a reasonable way, the new stuff back too....plus one panel needs cutting down !
i usually quote around £950 for approx one side of garden /about 7/8 panels !
so for my job it was half this but ,then its easier once you have started to do 3 more posts panels (while your all on -site and all tools etc are out and ready)
proguard are you charging £150 a day now for everything ?
i charge less sometimes for labour/work ,rather than with ride-on ,stihls etc - but then labour (no petrol tools) type work is 'harder , so i maybe should charge a bit more.